King Encyclopedia
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  A  
    Abernathy, Ralph David  
    ACMHR  
    ACOA  
    "Advice for Living"  
    AFL-CIO  
    AFSC  
    Agape  
    AJC  
    Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights (ACMHR)  
    Albany Movement  
    Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity  
    American Committee on Africa (ACOA)  
    American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO)  
    American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)  
    American Jewish Congress (AJC)  
    Anderson, William Gilchrist  
    Angelou, Maya  
    Apartheid  
    Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.  
    Azikiwe, Nnamdi  
  B  
    Baker, Ella  
    Baldwin, James  
    Ballou, Maude  
    Barbour, Josephus Pius  
    Barry, Marion  
    Barth, Karl  
    Bates, Daisy  
    Belafonte, Harry  
    Bevel, James  
    Beyond Vietnam  
    Birmingham Campaign  
    Black Nationalism  
    Black Power  
    Blackwell, Randolph  
    Bond, Julian  
    Borders, William Holmes  
   

Boston University

 
    Boutwell, Albert  
    Bowles, Chester  
    Boyte, Harry  
    Braden, Anne and Carl  
    Brightman, Edgar  
    Bristol, James E.  
    Browder v. Gayle  
    Brown, Theodore  
    Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas  
    Bunche, Ralph  
    Burroughs, Nannie  
  C  
    CALCAV  
    Carey, Archibald  
    Carmichael, Stokely  
    Carr, Johnnie Rebecca Daniels  
    Challenor, Herschelle Sullivan  
    Chalmers, Allan Knight  
    Chicago Campaign (1966)  
    Children's Crusade  
    Civil Rights Act of 1964  
    Clark, James  
    Clark, Septima  
    Clergy and Laymen Concerned about Vietnam (CALCAV)  
    COFO  
    Coleman, James P.  
    Colvin, Claudette  
    Communism  
    Congress of Industrial Organizations  
    Congress of Racial Equality (CORE)  
    Connor, Bull  
    Cook, Samuel DuBois  
    CORE  
    Cotton, Dorothy  
    Council of Federated Organizations (COFO)  
    Crozer Theological Seminary  
    Curry, Izola  
  D  
    Daniels, Jonathan  
    Daves, Joan  
    Davis, Benjamin  
    Davis, George W.  
    Davis, Ossie  
    Davis, Sammy  
    Dee, Ruby  
    DeWolf, Harold  
    Dexter Avenue Baptist Church  
    Diggs, Charles  
    Dissertation of Martin Luther King, Jr.  
    Dobbs, John Wesley  
    "Drum Major Instinct"  
    Durr, Virginia  
  E  
    Ebenezer Baptist Church  
    Eisenhower, Dwight D.  
    Emancipation Proclamation  
    Evers, Medgar  
  F  
   

Farmer, James

 
    Farris, Willie Christine King  
    Fauntroy, Walter E.  
    Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)  
    Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR)  
    Forman, James  
    Fosdick, Harry  
   

Freedom Rides

 
   

Freedom Summer

 
  G  
    Gandhi, Mahatma  
    Gandhi Society for Human Rights  
    Gaston, A.G.  
    Ghana Trip  
    Goldwater, Barry M.  
    Gomillion, Charles  
    Graetz, Robert  
    Graham, Billy  
    Graham, Frank  
    Graham, William Franklin  
    Granger, Lester Blackwell  
    Gray, Fred  
    Gray, William  
    Gregg, Richard B.  
    Gregory, Dick  
  H  
    Hamer, Fannie Lou  
    Harding, Vincent  
    Hartsfield, William Berry  
    Hassler, Alfred  
    Hayling, Robert  
    Height, Dorothy  
    Helstein, Ralph  
    Heschel, Abraham  
    Highlander Folk School  
    Hollowell, Donald  
    Holt Street Baptist Church  
    Hooks, Benjamin Lawson  
    Hoover, J. Edgar  
    Houser, George Mills  
    Hughes, Robert  
    Hunter, Lillie Thomas Armstrong  
       
  I  
    "I Have a Dream"  
    India Trip  
    In Friendship  
    Institute on Nonviolence and Social Change  
    "I've Been to the Mountaintop"  
  J  
    Jack, Homer  
    Jackson, Jesse  
    Jackson, Jimmie  
    Jackson, Joseph  
    Jackson, Mahalia  
    James, C.L.R.  
    Jemison, Theodore  
    Johns, Vernon  
    Johnson, Lyndon B.  
    Johnson, Mordecai  
    Jones, Clarence  
  K  
    Katzenbach, Nicholas deBelleville  
    Kelsey, George  
    Kennedy, John F.  
    Kennedy, Robert F.  
    King, Alberta  
    King, Alfred Daniel Williams  
    King, Bernice Albertine  
    King Center  
    King, Coretta Scott  
    King, Delia  
    King, Dexter Scott  
    King Institute  
    King, James  
    King, Martin Luther, Jr.  
    King, Martin Luther III  
    King, Martin Sr.  
    King National Holiday  
    King, Yolanda Denise  
    King's assassination  
    King's dissertation  
    King's Trip to India  
    Kunstler, William  
  L  
    Lafayette, Bernard  
    Lawson, James  
    Lee, Bernard Scott  
    "Letter from Birmingham Jail"  
    Levison, Stanley  
    Lewis, John  
    Lewis, Rufus  
    Little Rock School Desegregation  
    Lowery, Joseph  
    Lutuli, Albert  

 

  M  
    Malcolm X  
    "Man of the Year," in Time Magazine (1963)  
   

March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom

 
    Marshall, Burke  
    Marshall, Thurgood  
    Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Institute at Stanford University  
    Maynard, Aubre  
   

Mays, Benjamin

 
    Mboya, Thomas Joseph  
    McCall, Walter R.  
    McDonald, Dora Edith  
   

McKissick, Floyd

 
    Measure of Man, The  
    Meet the Press  
   

Memphis Strike

 
   

Meredith, James

 
    MFDP  
    MIA  
   

Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party (MFDP)

 
   

Montgomery Bus Boycott

 
   

Montgomery Improvement Association (MIA)

 
   

Morehouse College

 
    Moses, Robert  
    Muste, Abraham  
  N  
    NAACP  
    NALC  
   

Nash, Diane

 
    National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)  
    National Baptist Convention (NBC)  
    National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy (SANE)  
    National Conference on Religion and Race  
    National Council of Negro Women (NCNW)  
    National Council of the Churches of Christ in America (NCC)  
    National Urban League  
    Nationalism  
    NBC  
    NCC  
    NCNW  
    Negro American Labor Council (NALC)  
    Nehru, Jawaharlal  
   

Nelson, William Stuart

 
    Nesbitt, Robert  
    New York Amsterdam News  
    New York Times Co. v. Sullivan (1964)  
    Niebuhr, Reinhold  
   

Nixon, Edgar Daniel

 
    Nixon, Richard  
    Nkrumah, Kwame  
    Nobel Peace Prize  
    Nonviolence, Philosophy of  
    Nonviolent Resistance  
  O  
    O'Dell, Hunter Pitts "Jack"  
    Operation Breadbasket  
  P  
   

Parks, Rosa

 
    Patterson, John Malcolm  
    Peck, James  
    Personalism  
    PNBC  
    Poor People's Campaign  
    Popper, Hermine  
    Porter, John  
    Powell, Adam Clayton  
    Powell, Mary Louise  
    Prayer Pilgrimage for Freedom (1957)  
    Pritchett, Laurie  
    Proctor, Hilda Stewart  
    Progressive National Baptist Convention (PNBC)  
  Q  
    Quill, Michael Joseph  
  R  
    Raby, Albert  
    Ramachandran, G.  
   

Randolph, A. Philip

 
    Ray, Sandy Frederick  
    Reddick, Lawrence Dunbar  
    Reeb, James  
    Reuther, Walter Philip  
    Robinson, Cleveland  
   

Robinson, Jackie

 
   

Robinson, Jo Ann

 
    Rockefeller, Nelson  
    Rodell, Marie  
  Rogers, Theopholius  
    Roosevelt, Eleanor  
    Rothschild, Jacob  
   

Rustin, Bayard

 
  S  
   

Saint Augustine, Florida

 
   

SANE

 
    Seay, Solomon  
    SCLC  
   

SCOPE

 
    Selma to Montgomery March  
   

Shuttlesworth, Fred

 
   

Sit-ins

 
    Smiley, Glenn  
    Smith, Kelly Miller  
    Smith, Lillian  
   

SNCC

 
    Social Gospel  
    Songs and the Civil Rights Movement  
    Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC)  
    Spock, Benjamin  
    State of Alabama v. M. L. King, Jr. (1956 and 1960)  
    St. Augustine, Florida  
    Steele, Charles  
    Strength to Love (1963)  
    Stride Toward Freedom: The Montgomery Story (1958)  
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)  
    Summer Community Organization and Political Education (SCOPE)  
  T  
    Taylor, Gardner  
    Thomas, Norman  
    Thurman, Howard  
    Till, Emmett  
    Tilley, John  
    Tillich, Paul  
    Time Magazine's "Man of the Year" (1963)  
    Trenholm, Harper Councill  
    Truman, Harry  
    Trumpet of Conscience, The  
  U  
    United Packinghouse Workers of America (UPWA)  
  V  
    Vandiver, Samuel  
    Vietnam War  
    Vivian, C.T.  
    Voter Education Project (VED)  
    Voting Rights Act of 1965  
  W  
   

Walker, Wyatt Tee

 
   

Wallace, George

 
    Watchel, Harry  
    Watson, Melvin  
    Watts Rebellion  
    West, Irene  
    WCC  
    Where Do We Go From Here (1967)  
    White Citizens' Council (WCC)  
   

Williams, A.D.

 
    Williams, Jennie  
    Women's Political Council  
    Why We Can't Wait (1964)  
    Wilkins, Roy  
    Williams, Hosea  
    Williams, Jennie Celeste  
    Williams, Robert  
    Wofford, Harris  
    Women's Political Council (WPC)  
    Wurf, Jerome  
  X  
    X, Malcolm  
  Y  
    Young, Andrew  
    Young, Whitney  
    Youth March for Integrated Schools  
  Z